Here are the notices of meeting. The meeting notes will follow when all attending have had the opportunity to view and comment.
Thanks to those who attended our meeting to engage on a variety of subjects.
We were pleased to be joined by Cllrs Bird, Stranack and Mansell who listened to the views expressed by residents and discussed points raised.
Redevelopment of Taberner House and Queens Gardens redesign
Steve Sanham, the managing director of HUB, the developer involved in the redesign and redevelopment and Dawayne Gordon of Kaizen spoke at the last CCC meeting. To see questions and answered covered, see the notes of that meeting.
HUB are holding a public meeting on 19 January from 6-8.30pm. Those who cannot make that meeting but want to feed in views can do so by email or phone.
Talk on domestic abuse against men
Croydon Soroptimists are holding an event in Selsdon on 19 January with a speaker from Mankind Initiative, a charity helping men escape domestic abuse. The £5 ticket, bookable in advance, includes refreshments. See https://croydoncc.wordpress.com/2017/01/16/croydon-soroptimists-talk-helping-men-escape-domestic-violence-26-january-2017/
Consultation on 20mph on the majority of roads in the remaining three zones in Croydon
This is due to launch on 18 January and close on 15 February 2017. The council officer overseeing this has been invited to the next meeting to explain the plan and take questions but yet to confirm. The Labour and Conservative cabinet members have also been invited as a result of this meeting and the interest shown in the subject.
Robbie Gibson still missing
A search and rescue exercise is being undertaken on the Isle of Wight this week where Robbie was last seen. Anyone with information about Robbie’s whereabouts, please pass the information on to the police or to Missing People.
Dog Awareness Morning – 19 January 2017
Further details and information on microchipping here.
Croydon Debate Club
Don’t miss the next two events.
January’s meeting focusses on effective engagement with the Council.
We are currently planning for future meetings, with the next provisionally booked for 6 February 2017. This is likely to focus on the consultation on 20 mph being introduced on the majority of roads in Croydon.
At our general meetings, anyone can raise a topic for discussion, promote a local event or group, give a notice, discuss an issue or ask a question of others. All we ask is that people respect that CCC and our meetings are apolitical.
We’ll advertise details of future meetings when they are confirmed and hope you will be able to attend.